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Fanon (1967) understood that when it was time to understand the psychology of a people in direct contact with cultural imposition that "the discoveries of Freud are of no use here" ((1967, p.
As Fanon argues, it is the cultural imposition of the white man on the black man (and not the oedipus complex) that is ultimately responsible for the "psychopathology" (141) of the black man: "A normal negro child .
Ali said that Muslim women are also not allowed to wear scarves in western countries because of their cultural impositions.
Islamic feminism encourages women to study the words of the Quran for themselves, and to judge whether the misogyny and failure to take women seriously prevalent in some customs is a matter of Islamic doctrine or, indeed, of cultural impositions on such doctrine.

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